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Deputy President William Ruto offers free advice to politicians


Deputy President William Ruto continues popularising the Bottom-Up Economic Model. From the recent news, he offered a free advice on democracy.

In Kenya Democracy as a nation on independence of the Constitutional Offices. Kenyans should be passionate about guarding those institutions and its independence.

Deputy President William Ruto had earlier complained about democracy interference in the country. He expressed his issues concerning the 2022 August general elections in his international political tour.

The Kenya Kwanza Presidential Aspirant assured Kenyans to believe in him. He will place the obey the Constitution in place to safeguard the independent bodies in the country.

“The strength of our democracy as a nation is anchored on the independence of our Constitutional offices. We at Kenya kwanza believe that the independence of those institutions must be guarded jealously.” He speaks.

On the other side Hon Moses Wetangula continues campaigning for William Ruto and Kenya Kwanza Presidential bid.

Today Kenya Kwanza troop engaged voters At Shinoyi in Navakholo and Eregi in Ikolomani, Kakamega County,

Ford Kenya Party Leader Moses Wetangula accompanied by MPs Cleophas Malala (Kakamega), Ben Washiali (Mumias East), John Waluke of (Sirisia), Majimbo Kalasinga (Kabuchai), Hon Kindikii of Tharaka Nithi, former Senator Boni Khwalwale, MCAs and political aspirants. They engaged wananchi on their Bottom-Up Economic Model.

Deputy President William Ruto is seeking to inherit the presidential seat after President Uhuru Kenyatta retires in August.

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